This week, I take a look at the steps involved in adopting a cache. Also, there's a preview of episode 15 featuring a viewer submitted video on their 500th find at the Mecca of Geocaching. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This month I take a quick peek at the latest version on Google Earth. Google Earth is a fun program that uses satellite images to "fly" you anywhere on the planet. It also has mapping abilities and many more features. I continue my Flickr series with a look at a new feature that allows you to show where you took a picture. And of course, there's mail, Frappr shoutouts and geocaching. This episode features caching in the Clayburn area of Abbotsford British Columbia. Topic: Geoaching GPS outdoors fun
Icenrye is "Beyond Hope" Episode 4 features caches from the Fraser Valley area of British Columbia Canada. I check out caches such as Campbell Valley Surprise and the Timbits Challenge. Caches - Campbell Valley Surprise Kraft Cache Geek Cache Hockey Night Cache in Langley Not Tonight Dear Story/Personal/Opinion/Journal Krispy Kream Cache Timbits Cache Those That Came Before Through the Woods to Grandma's House we Go! Tuun Inn Rest Stop Book Repository This is a high resolution H264... Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
Episode 6 features the “SkyTraining Series” in the metropolitan Vancouver area. The series consist of a series of microcaches containing clues to the location of the final cache. This episode was taped in one day and features most of the stops along the way. It’s 14 minutes long and is available in high resolution DivX and H.264 format as well as lower resolution Quicktime and Windows Media formats. The files are available here. Featured music is Amun Ra from the Podsafe Music Network.... Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This week I demonstrate how to upload photos to Flickr. In future episodes, I'll show what you can do with this service. Also I feature a look at "GPS Wars – Part 2" which will be in episode 16. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This month I finally find my own elusive cache "The Road to UNBC". The cache gets some TLC while I discuss cache maintenance. Also, it's the return of "GPS Wars!". In part 2, travel to a benchmark and take some readings. The results are surprising. All this plus the usual news, mail and Frappr shoutouts. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This month I update the Parks Canada situation. Parks Canada has released a draft policy on Geocaching, and I have a quick overview on this episode. Also featured is a micro mural series in Vernon BC. There are some great murals to be seen. As usual there's the usual news, mail and Frappr shoutouts. Music is from 28 and Common Ground courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This episode is dedicated to the state of Oregon. First I feature a contribution from a viewer on a quest for his family's 500th find at what some consider to be the Meca of Geocaching. The "Original Stash Plaque". The video follows the family on a two day trip and features great footage. Next is a promo video for a cache called the "Rest Stop Recon Cache" by Pablo Mac. Also, as a bonus, Pablo Mac also sent me a video on the birth of the sport. As usual, the video is... Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
An introduction to Geocaching. In this episode I build then hide a cache. Then the cache is logged on Geocaching.com. A great way to introduce the sport to someone new. This is the high resolution H264 version Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
I stay close to home and feature urban camouflage, subscribing with iTunes, travel bugs and of course some local Geocaching including some “First to Finds”. For all the Mac fans out there, the video is now also available in the H.264 format as well as DivX, Quicktime and Windows Media. Thanks go to the Internet Archive site for hosting my videos and Blip TV for hosting the iTunes files. Music by furiousBall from the Podsafe Music Network. Caches - Hart Industrial Turbo Trail Welcome To The... Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
The great debate of paper vs paperless caching is discussed in this episode. Also I feature my first "Geosite of the Month", and introduce the "Prince George Pentcachealon". Caches - Prince George Pentcachelon Inukshuk Georadio Geocacher University GSAK - Geocaching Swiss Army Knife Plucker ACDSee Mobile 1.2 for Palm OS This is the high resolution H264 version. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
My Okanagan vacation video. Filmed in June '05, this episode features many Okanagan area caches and a quick sidetrip to the Caribou to view a virtual cache. Lots of great scenic views are featured throughout this episode. Featured Caches -108 Mile Ranch by eroyd 787 Vernon by Chris S The Christmas Knox Mountain Cache by N!$# & Williams and CO. Penticton Rose Garden by dex4 & Dex82 Pen-Tic-Ton surprise by MercRocks and Yacki Tiny Tunnel Treasure by VStarman & Minky Creek Park Cache... Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
I gave the camera this month off. Instead, I feature three stories contributed by viewers. The first story is a slide show from TJGuy featuring caching in the Mission and Abbotsford area of British Columbia. Next is a CITO video from the St. Louis Area Geocaching Association. It's amazing the amount of refuse collected on this day. Regular contributor, Pablo Mac, submitted a video teaser of an upcoming secret project. It's an interesting video to watch. Music provided by the Podsafe Music... Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This week's microzine continues the Flickr tutorial with tips on organizing your photos into sets and submitting photos to groups. This week's teaser segment is a puzzle - multi cache in the Prince George area. Watch and Enjoy! Cache On! Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
After a long break, the microzine is back! In this show, I put out an urgent call to Canadian cachers to visit the Parks Canada site and review the draft policy on geocaching. There is a form for public input, however the submission deadline is August 11, 2006. Also, there are highlights from an upcoming segment on a series of microcaches in Vernon BC, which take you on a tour of the downtown core to a series of murals. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
Since I was on vacation last weekend, I'm catching up on housework. So this week, I feature a video by Pablo Mac featuring a cache called "All Of The Cool Cachers Log DNF's Here". It's fun and entertaining. Think of it as "Reality Geotv!" Have fun, and cache on! Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This week's microzine features highlights from two viewer submitted stories. First is a slide show from TJGuy featuring caches in the Mission and Abbotsford areas. Next we go to St Louis in the US to visit a CITO event. Both videos will be presented in their full length in episode 13 of the videozine. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
In this special edition of the Videozine, I look back at the first two years of the show. I feature several highlights including tutorials, plus scenic and historical caches. Also included is a collection of some of my "greater" moments. Ending the show, I answer the often asked question of my favorite cache. This was a fun episode to assemble. It was an enjoyable experience to look back at the previous episodes. I hope you enjoy viewing this episode as much as I did making it. Cache... Topics: Geocaching, GPS, outdoors, fun
This episode marks the start of the third season of the Videozine. In this episode, I feature a video from Paul Konopacki on a January 2007 geocaching race in the St Louis area. Also, there's part 1 of a two part series on caching in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. Also, there's a quick peek at my latest cache based on one of the finds in the valley. As usual, music is from the Podsafe Music Network, this month featuring Jelly Bricks and RoadTrip. Cache On! Links in Show Chatter:... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Geoaching GPS outdoors fun
This month it's a Cache blitz! In April I traveled to the Lower Mainland to attend "Cache Blitz The Main Event". While there, I spent 2 days caching and taping. Episode 11 contains highlights of the evening's proceedings and day 1 of caching. Featured music by Beau Hall and RoadTrip from the Podsafe Music Network. As usual, files are hosted here on the Archive.org Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
A Video-zine on the sport of Geocaching. This first episode contains information on creating and hiding a cache. Filmed in Prince George, British Columbia Canada, this video is informative and entertaining. This page contains a high res version of the show. Low res versions may be found here. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Geocaching, Outdoors, GPS
This month I have a pair of tutorials. First I feature how to submit a story as a slide show. Later I feature a site of the month that has a flash animated demonstration of how a GPS receiver works. There’s also a viewer contributed video as well as some geocaching in the Prince George area. Throw in the usual news, mail and Frappr shoutouts and it’s another great program. Featured music is from Monkeyshine courtesy of the Podsafe Music network. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
Episode 12 features a pair of unique cachers. One uses video as puzzle pieces and the other creates descriptive pages for his caches. Also, day 2 of the Cache Blitz blitz is featured. All this plus the usual news, mail and Frappr shoutouts. Music provided by the Podsafe Music Network. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
I'm back after a quick trip to the Lower Mainland for the Cache Blitz Main Event. I shot lots of video and I have some great stuff for future episodes. Also in this edition, I start my look at digital photography with tips on purchasing a digital camera. Topics: Geocaching, gps, outdoors, fun
This is my new once a week short video podcast that will keep viewers up to date on upcoming episodes and offer features not in the regular podcast. In this episode, I offer a tip on purchasing a compass, preview a video that will appear in episode 10 from one of my viewers and make an appearance announcement. Topic: Geocaching, fun, outdoors, geo, gps
This month, I take a look back at the World Wide Flash Mob events of November 10, 2007. Highlights from YouTube videos take you all over the world! Also included are the Flashback video and a thank you note from the PodCacher Podcast. Also, there's a Christmas gift suggestion guide for the cacher on your list. All this plus news, iTunes contest and the usual fun stuff! Watch and enjoy! Links in Show: Chatter: Astro Rotor PG Area Cachers News: My Twitter Account Digg Secret Santa on the... Topics: Geocaching, GPS, outdoors, fun, videozine, Icenrye
This episode I take a look at Shutterspot, a game played using photos and the GPS. Game players, using pictures, try to mark the spot where the pictures were taken. It's another fun thing to do with your GPS. Also, I have a quick peek at the new Garmin Colorado GPS receiver. The show is shorter then usual. I'm making a few changes to the show including shorter, but more frequent episodes. I hope you enjoy the new length. Another change is in file formats. I'm now creating an Apple TV version... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Geocaching, GPS, outdoors, fun, videozine, Icenrye
Aug 22, 2008 by Scott 0 Comment bears, moose, sanitysaver, southcentral, videos Enjoy beautiful places around Alaska with a mix of Alaska wildlife. Featured wildlife includes bears of Katmai National Park, bears of AnAn Observatory near Wrangell, local wildlife around Anchorage, sea life from Seward, Valdez and Kodiak. Topics: food&leisure, alaska, wildlife, outdoors, screensaver
Capt. Blair Wiggins travels to Venice, Louisiana and heads offshore to fish the oil rigs for yellowfin tuna and blackfin tuna with Capt. Mike Ellis. Topics: sports, fishing, outdoors, recreation, boating, big game fishing, saltwater fishing
Andrew explores Winkles as edible coastal food. They appear in prehistoric shellfish middens throughout Europe , and is therefore known to have been an important source of food since at least 7500 BC in Scotland . They are usually picked off the rocks by hand or caught in a drag from a boat. They are eaten in Great Britain and Ireland where they are commonly referred to as winkles or in some areas willicks or wilks , and in Belgium where they are called crickles .Periwinkles are considered a... Topics: news&information, bushcraft, undercurrents, winkles, fish, beach, cooking, outdoors, limpet
This month I feature the 2007 Prince George Area Geocachers Fall Windup Event held October 21, 2007 at West Lake Provincial Park. The event was well attended and fun. Along with highlights from the event, there is a tutorial on a free program used to add GPS data to digital photos for geotagging on Flickr and a promotional video for MOGA 2008. All this plus news, geocaching YouTube video of the month and the iTunes comment coin giveaway. Download, watch and enjoy! Music by Parlor Dames and... Topics: Geocaching, geo, gps, Videozine, Prince George, outdoors, fun
Leah and Ashley talk about one of their new favorite things they found called paperfeet. They are made out of billboard material and literally feel like you're walking around barefoot. If you love the outdoors, you're going to love paperfeet. Topics: traveling, outdoors, paperfeet, product review, tv show, business, entrepreneurs
An insight into people behind Bushcraft & Survival Skills magazine. We met them at the Outdoors show where they held workshops and promoted the glossy mag.Full series out on DVD http://wwww.azbushcraft.com Topics: news&information, bushcraft, undercurrents, visionontv, videos, outdoors, survival, preparedness
Come join us on our dedicated website for all the A-Z of Bushcraft & Survival videos. This video gives you a taster of all the skills Andrew Price offers to share with you. http://www.azbushcraft.com Topics: news&information, bushcraft, undercurrents, winkles, fish, beach, cooking, outdoors, survival,...
What if you could go barefoot everywhere? Jimmy loves exploring, creating adventure and being outside. He wanted a simple sandal where he felt barefoot and didn't lose that sense of freedom with his feet. Then came paperfeet. Jimmy is passionate and determined from the moment he starts speaking about his business. We love that. Learn more about Jimmy and his business at paperfeet.com Learn more about the show at BusinessBewareShow.com Topics: adventure, outdoors, business, entrepreneurs, jimmy tomczak, business show, tv show, customer...
Target Style expert for home and HGTV designer, Sabrina Soto joins TALK! with AUDREY host, Audrey Adams with simple, affordable tips and creative ideas to help you transform an outdoor space into an inviting oasis without spending a fortune. Topics: searchonly, sabrina soto, hgtv, target, decorating outdoors, interior design tips, summer...
We talk with Mike Hullet of OmegaSatter, the company that makes the MonsterPod. The MonsterPod is a tripod without legs, great for situations where you don't have a stable place for a tripod. It can be attached to just about any surface. It has a visco-elastic, putty-like polymet base, so you can mount it to things like trees, rocks, brick, or anything you can find. Then you connect your camera to it, and you can take your image in just about any situation. You can pick one up for 4.99 USD. Topics: technology, ces, ces 2007, interviews, omegasatter, monsterpod, camera, cameras, tripod, polymer,...
A small insight in the life of a film production student in Edinburgh training at Jewel and Esk College. This video shows some outtakes from my QE2 news report, a behind the scenes look at a Historic Scotland Promo I was camera operator for and a look at our first attempt at using the green screen. Thanks to everyone involved. If your interested in finding out more, check out the college website: http://www.jevc.ac.uk/ Topics: outtakes, makings, bloopers, clips, comedy, funny, humor, college, education, videos, documentary,...
Celestron, makers of the SkyScout, give us a look at their VistaPix spotting scope. This thing is maxed out, so if you are looking for a great scope for when you are out in nature, this one has 24x optical zoom and 144x digital zoom. Even better, it has an integrated camera, so you can capture what you are seeing. It has an SD slot that allows for expanded memory above it's built-in 32 MB, a USB port, and a direct to TV output. You can pick one up for 79 USD, great for the lovers of the... Topics: technology, ces, ces 2007, interviews, vistapix, celestron, spotting scope, binoculars, camera,...
This episode is on the added mental health benefits of exercising outdoors, in the beauty of nature. I can attest to its success! And so can Dave Murr, who wrote about Nature, the Best Natural Antidepressant. Distributed by Tubemogul. Topics: food&leisure, beach, beachwalks, ecotherapy, exercise, green, hawaii, health, mental, health,...
Andrew meets Karl Lee- a full time primitive technologist and flint knapper. The manipulation of flint and other similar types of stone is the oldest and longest continued form of technology known to man. The first known stone tools date back well over two million years; although crude in appearance, these early tools possessed the single characteristic that was to ensure the use of flint until relatively recent times. Flint and other similar types of stone could be fractured to produce an... Topics: news&information, bushcraft, undercurrents, knapping, flint, stoneage, prehistoric, outdoors,...